Tag: education

2020 Summer Camp Guide

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It might still be considered winter, but it’s that time of year when moms need to start thinking about summer plans. Wait, what!? Yup,...

Educational Products, Inc.: School Supplies Made Easy

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Imagine this: you are on the hunt for school supplies. You are standing in the aisle with your three children; one is knocking over...

7 Great Titles, 2 Meaningful Weeks: Honoring National Young Readers Week...

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What I Remember about Reading 1989. I was 7, the age my oldest child currently is. I’ll be honest. I don’t remember much about my...

Courageous Thinking

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At King School, we seek more than achievement for our students. We open minds and spark courageous thinking. Every day, our students discover and...

The Toxic Effects of Trauma

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Traumatic childhood events may have long-term effects on the developing child’s mind and body. Many mental health conditions, such as ADHD, depression and substance...

Top 5 “School Year” Resolutions

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Most people make New Year's resolutions. There’s just something about starting a new year that challenges people to start over and try to improve...

Notes for a First-Year Teacher

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Dear first-year teacher, Welcome to the profession. I know it’s been a few weeks since you officially started, but I was too busy getting my...

7 Reasons You Should Put Your Kids on the Bus this...

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Last year, my son entered Kindergarten and began taking the bus. He was so excited about it, partially because I hyped it up and...
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Back to School Hacks

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The start of the new school year is an exciting time, but it's also an overwhelming one. Every back-to-school season, you have to figure out...

Ten Ways to Help Reduce the Stress of Homework

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Jack Prelutsky wrote a poem that perfectly sums up the feeling most kids (and parents) have about homework. Homework! Oh, Homework!  I hate you! You stink!  I...